Discover this week's best new fine dining delivery and high-end takeaway options...
Quality Chop House chef Nick Bramham is in charge of this delivery-only project, serving Italian spit-roast chicken - sending out half and whole roast chickens Thursday to Sunday, providing “some elegant comfort food in these uncomfortable times.” The menu revolves around Naples-inspired, rotisserie-style herb-cured chicken and potatoes roasted in the juices. Alongside that there's aubergine parmigiana, a chicken Milanese sandwich and chicken spiedini - skewers of marinated thighs cooked over charcoal. Desserts include blood orange sorbet and their own gelato.
Dreaming of a winter escape? Bring a taste of the French Alps home and indulge in Provisions' fondue and raclette kits, designed to be shared between two. The Fondue Kit comes with Provisions’ house fondue mix, white wine, bread cubes, a garlic clove and a recipe card containing a recipe and instructions, with an option to add a bottle of Altesse by Yves Duport in Bugey in the Rhône-Alpes for a total of £45. The Raclette Kit consists of raclette and morbier cheeses and a selection of artisanal French and Italian cured meats. No special equipment is required for cooking, you can simply use your regular pots and pans, however Provisions also sell fondue and raclette sets for those keen to go the whole Alpine hog.
Make the most of being at home with Michelin-starred Aquavit London’s new DIY delivery kits. Choose from a meat (£80), pescatarian (£90) or a vegetarian (£60) Nordic feast for two. Designed by Head Chef Jorjon Colazo, tuck into Nordic-inspired dishes such as langoustine bao buns with coleslaw, pickles and seaweed mayonnaise and Aquavit’s signature Swedish meatballs with lingonberries and pickled cucumber. For those following a plant-based diet, the vegetarian box comes with Nordic classics of pickled and fermented vegetables, and dishes of kroppkakor (traditional Swedish boiled potato dumplings), with mushrooms, lingonberries and brown butter. Orders are sent out each Wednesday to arrive on Thursday. Orders must be placed in advance before 11pm on Tuesday for the Thursday delivery.
Adding some Latin American spirit to Lockdown, with their new Taco & Tequila Tuesday menu - available every Tuesday from 12pm until 9.30pm - for delivery or collection. The menu includes a selection of Coya’s favourite tacos alongside Crocantes con Guacamole Y Salsa Chalaquita (avocado, corn tortillas, shrimp crackers, tomato & red onion salsa) and crunchy corn, and two 150ml bottles of Claro Margarita made with Reposado tequila, agave, jalapeño and vanilla. Priced from £45.
Mexican quesadillas more your thing? MexGrocer are sending out corn truffle quesadilla kits. At only £14.50, the kit includes authentic Mexican produce with traditional tortillas, and San Marcos Chipotle Barbecue Sauce as well as corn truffle. Best to add a bottle of El Yucateco Horchata to add some extra heat to your quesadillas!
Hot Stone at Home
Reimagined for at home dining by Executive Chef Padam Raj Rai, the menu features a sellection of their favourites and new Nepalese dishes. Alongside an extensive range of signature sushi, hot and chilled sashimi, carpaccio and maki, hand shaped and sliced fresh to order, the at home menu features 48 hour marinated Black Cod with saikyo miso sauce, Japanese Wagyu don and grilled avocado with passion fruit and spicy mayonnaise. The menu also celebrates Padam’s heritage with a choice of traditional Nepalese plates – expect Alu Dum, a traditional potato dish rich with spices and fresh coriander and Gundruk, Nepal’s national dish of carefully fermented shredded vegetables. There's also a 24-piece Omakase box, priced at £110, which features nigiri – think scallop with truffle and caviar, and Scottish salmon glazed with 3-year aged soy sauce – and sushi rolls filled with Japanese Wagyu sukiyaki, tuna and salmon.